Qualifications and Certifications
Bachelor of Behavioural Science (Psychology), Flinders University, 2010
Bachelor of Behavioural Science (Honours, first class), Flinders University, 2011, awarded the University Medal.
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D), Cognitive Psychology, Flinders University, requirements met 23rd March 2015, Conferred April 15th, 2015. My thesis project was on recognition memory and confidence in recognition decisions.
TCRG (qualified Irish Dance teacher under An Commissun le Rince Gaelica), 2012
South Australian Police Check for working with children as a dance teacher
Class C drivers license
6 Week Modelling diploma from Tania Powell Modelling Agency
Mandatory notification training certificate
Department for Communities and Social Inclusion working with children Screening Check for working with children and DBS check for working with children in the UK.
Fiction Writing course and continued study through FutureLearn.
Work and Academic Experience
Demonstrator in PSYC1106 First Year Research Methods at Flinders University
2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015
Private tutor in first year research methods at Flinders University 2011, 2015
Tutor in third year research methods and statistics at Flinders University, 2012
Research assistant in the Flinders Eyewitness Lab at Flinders University 2010-2012
Research assistant in Michelle Arnold’s Flinders Metacognition lab at Flinders University 2011-2012
Research assistant to the Flinders University School of Nursing and Midwifery intensive English language unit at Flinders University, 2015 (Employed to undertake data analysis).
Participant in Academic Internship Program for Doctoral Students at Flinders University 2012
Shop assistant at The Fairy Bay, 2015
Adult Dance Teacher and Assistant Dance Teacher at Murphy School of Irish Dance, 2012 – 2016
Self employed writer and artist, January 2016 – present
Community Arts Trainee at the d.@rt Centre, September 2016 – present.
Conferences and Publications
Williamson, P., Weber, N. and Fletcher, S. (2012). The role of intuitive statistical knowledge in confidence-accuracy calibration: How people make confidence judgments when guessing. In AM Columbus, ed. Advances in Psychology Research Volume 95. Hauppauge, New York: Nova Publishers, pp. 27-50.
Fletcher, S. and Weber, N. (2013). What is familiar may not be old: Recollection and markers of recognition accuracy for ‘no’ decisions. 40th Australasian Experimental Psychology Conference. Adelaide, Australia. Apr 2013.
Fletcher, S. & Weber, N. (2013). It’s all a bit too familiar: Recollection and the positive-negative difference in predictors of recognition accuracy. SARMAC X, Rotterdam, Netherlands.
Exhibitions and Artistic Achievements
‘Dancing in the Street’ and ‘Abandon’ exhibited in ‘Art About Art’ at the d.@rt Centre, December 2017
Fashion Photographer for the Autumn/Winter collection of Eco2Wear, 2017